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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 October 1873

S^Kssmr^y. ABWBAL Vimiow, who commanded tle XuaMargc whenjhg fcUpkUieJUabmaa, died at his residence, on Boston Hightaiita, last .'ifondsy. *-n r. .' "SKAWEX atrnc of the fbip Sarpqjio irrilfcdat Rao Francisco, Irom Now York, and unit* in con­ firming tlic reports of inhumrn conduct by the captain and mat a daring the vovaiju. JAOoJ"FAfijii.v. »iiit of tli) proprietor* the Wcstohi lirctrry. at Evansville, Inil. Mi drowned in liia fi8lorn^t(|fi«l»y morninjr. Thk cho!cra IS -ab*»1nir*ra^rt'SOII, Texas, and the pe.iple aro their homen THE three revenue collccUon di*trie(a *8 Vermont Jiav« boon Tun aimivtn Brazil was oi'lfli There wan a gr ilium inattvl in Di*PATcm:a f7of_ a rupture lias oc 'iirrtfria-tiie Iween the govcrnnifgy^t growing out of the qnei of a portion of S.ighalien lalamT THEKE in a. larse amount of ofHie eafy )Imday Wtfnlng. lochia not sinoe been seen, norJa iMuiown brMm feisily or Anybody else' wfiere' Be ia. His accounts »ro 16,101 out of the way. wwlii N. J., and Jerse...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 October 1873

Tna aunivei Brazil was t'i-taltgj There was a gn illuminatoil in aggregating wbert !L hin, e1throo quited lore was the cause. CoJlNew YoT1bankers°rg®Bird- •JSMW'-SS ADMIRAL WINSLOW, who couunnuded (LIE Xuaraargc whcq.ghs sunkJUwAtabawa, died, at his rcsitlouee, on Boston Higblia la, last -'ijonday. S .•? SKAVEM of IlietVip Shrplisj irrwd.at Ban Francisco, tram Now York, and unit* in con finning the reports of iniiumrn rondnct by the captain anil mat during the voyage. JACofFAiiNi.v. iin« of the proprietor* the Wrstohi I5rewt'ry. at Evanavillo. Intl. Was drowped in hia cistrrp^T^ml*? morning. THK cholera in -#b«rtriir1^$(,*IFO". TF-sas, mnd the po .pie ire rfftttHWtfT'to Ibeir Jjomecu THE three rarena? wtlc^'Hon dtrtrttji"" Vermont havo been cmt|hti»lsi«AW ^•'t*Wjt report tbi^ R~ lu^he DitrAicuen fromfii. a rupture haa ocitri| tween the Rovornnif growing out of the qttel of a portion of S.ighalien Islan fr*-':--- TUEKE IN a large amouut of cotton at iaon, Texas, awaitit shipment to t...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 October 1873

THE NEWS. At HOMO. AMUII.VI. WINSI,OW, who coninttndod the jw iii when tjho *unk.the. Alabama, died at his ri cMenec, on Itostoii Ki^lilan l»t iu^t Monday. SEAMKM If HIP SHIP Snrpfis.i arrived »t San Tiainisro. I rum New Yorii. and unite in con­ firming Hie puriH of mliuiurii conduct by the :i:nl niiit during the voyage. l'A'iM Y. one (if tin- j'lvprietoM the Western IJrewer.v. it Hvimsville. Iii'I. Was drowned lii.x eilerivTu« »d»y morning. THK ehoVra IS UB IRIMR anil tile |H' plf arc reiHintns to their lumen. TIM: three revenue collection district* irt Vt'l'iiit'iit liavt* li. on eoii^blidaied..* Tim atitiiveriiry ot the hitippcwt^fr-of Brazil was eelehrafptTen l|w,tl| itft -in ilia. There was a ie«t /frttivil, iiid (lie ctyrwafc? illuminatet in tbw-wetrtng. DIM-ATI'M!-S from St.. 1'iJi-rsbnrR report thai a rupture has ce untyY in the re'alwn* be tworn the «!?vortmii'»UU|l Russia aqd Jfcpatfj^. growing out of the 11ict?f¥6«fc«rf peopj [fcttff ttyft of a portion of N.i^halien Inlan...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 October 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HARW00D. Bdftsr sad Precristor. —ATttTOT. JOHN.— THURSDAY MORNIH0, OCT. 9, IS73. SXPUBLICAZT STATTTXCXXT. anuoit, DAVIS, Ramaey. GU8IIM of UlRUilt WHMM, •LPHONSO BARTO, •f SlNIU. n* IMUIUT it mn, R. I*. JBM.NIBON, WM non'nited for •Ma eflee, tat'kiwbi Ua to to ull for tk peeitiea, we •kali aaeall proper waiMi ta |jt«nat Ut «MUa. Walk. TUa enbvjotie etateemao, ariahitkg to aignaliia himself aa Molliaon'a oen didate, published a tetter, last week, in which h« embodied hia political creed. Ho aaaarta thai ho ia a Repabliean. Well, porhapa ho ia,—Jadaa waa one of the twelve diaeiplea. He thinka the "beck pay grab" waa wrong. Doea not the piatfonn of the Repeblieen Partj stronglg con* 4MM it He ia oppoeed to tariff finr proteo tion. 80 ia the Repnbliean party. He belieraa in the doetrioaa of re­ trenchment. The Repabliean partj teaehea thia aa principle of faith, and illustrates it by ita praetiee. He ia oppoeed to railroad monopo liea. So ia the Repabliean party. He...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 October 1873

BtJfllffEM CARDS. N. WHEAT, M. D., Hoaaospathic Physician and Sturgeon, Office ud Residence, Comer St. Paul and Mitt Streets, Otyl AutlB. ItaMMta* P. THORNHILL, M. D., S. Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Sid* of Public Square, AUSTIN, *jl R. MINNESOTA. XXR. W. L. HOLUSTER, Cmt of Mala ad Wlaeaa^Stnets, Austin* Minnesota. StCiiM. *yl A. BARNE8, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHY8ICIAN, PENSION 8UR6E0N, AND CORONER. Oficeat Residence Millst! DR.Earth J. P. SQUIRES, late of Bine City, reapectfally iaferas ft* pablie that ha has ftnuiintljr LOCATED IN AUSTIN. CffieeoverSolaer A Morgea'e store. I«i (hm, first door «aat ol tl» Publio School beliding, where he may he fraud to attsad trsnpU to all sails in tk* life* ef hia profce- H. WAGONER, M. D., Homceopathio Physician Mild Surgeon. OiwiriwMm Wnttwwwutof tin School kMN, Spring Valley, Mian. 23tf JJUS3 B. DAVIS, General Agent Homo Life Int. Co, tu Southern Miaaeaota aad Vttihn Iowa. Oflw, lat Deer leath sf Curt Kseae, U-ly Au...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 October 1873

Cv-" I Want to Be an Injin." A PARODY. •.. I want, to bo an Injiu, A Modoc or a Uto •. 1 'in tired being a tvliito man— An unprotected brute, I want to bo an Injin, A ward of the Government. I want to bo an Injin, A warrior oft lie plains, 1 want to wield a tniinnsliawk Ai:l scoop out people's bra inn. 1 want lo build a ramp tiro Uu awhile man's breast, ... And watch his dyinu agony With noble oavaKO zest. 1 want to he an Injin, With at ill,..'tmi)iaudinK form," Anl a prroawv U. 8. blanket To iMicot me froiu tlie storm. I want to be tin Irjin, And Irani tlu' .scalpinj art, Vor lin tin iliit'lin^ clergymen Will coino and take my part. I want to lxi an Injin, To bog, and lie, and steal, With iliat tlacid son so of safety 'l'luit a white man cannot feci. '. l\irtlanii (Oregon) Bulletin. FARM AX I) HOUSEHOLD. Rnlky lloiwr*. I5alkiug is serious defect in a very useful auimal, anil it cannot be over coiae by whippiug or sweuring at him His 'teatn iloos not seem capable of entertaining but...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 October 1873

f7 E N E W S At Home. THE Bchoonor Lncv Nancy was dismasted ~*and /waterlogged lioar Cape Ann, Mass., in |ho of Wednesday. Tho Cap(ain.and crew took to tlio boats. When discovered Thursday forenoon, ono man was dead, and another had just been washod overboad and lost, and thecaptaiii was hardy *livc." FjOST at Augusta, Ga* and Littlo Rock, Ar­ kansas. A nay liaiiu Mtiffloy,. aged tenjesrs, was iHnr»l"r«'l Iy me ono ttolcuownncar'&rcggc ville, Monroe county, Pa., on Tborsdiy lkgt. wns staying at his KrandinotU4K?s^on a faun. Slio wfiil at sonic diitanceltom the house to die potatoes, leaving her grandson alone. When alio returned in the cveningtfca lionsc was locked tip. fcJho antnmoned a neigh­ bor, and the door was opened. The boy wilt found in tho cellar with liis throat cnt from car to car. The taongo had biftn nnMekM by tlio murderer, and a small raattf UMji$y«||& a ]nantity of clothing wero roissin^h ON Monday night Mrs. V. Stutzell, living two miles from Alton, £ll„ wa...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 October 1873

her E N E W S At Home. THK schooner Luov Nancy was dismasted and -wattilo^ud near Cape Ann, Mast*., in iho galo of Wednesday. The Captain„and crew took to tlit! bouts. V.'lion discovered Thursday forenoon, one man was dead, and another had jnst boon washed overboiul and lost, and the captain was barely alive. FUOST at Augusta, (ia. and l.itt'C IJnck, Ar­ kansas. liny nam. Mnlll-v, njjed tm yca»s, was lnnrd by inr "lie unknown near Kresgc \ilii-, M.'iucr i. ii ty, Pa., 011 Tbnrsriay h.st. ll- «:is stliving at iiis KnnulniotUot's, oil I'.-nni. S!u' wen! at Hiitnc distance from tho I tn .lit utatoiK, leaving lscr grandson ali'ii.-. When uhn tunu'd ill the evening the bouse was locUcl up. Sho summoned a neigh­ bor, ami the duor was opened. Tho boy was found in then-liar with his throat cut from cart car. The house had boen ransackcd l»y the murderer, and Minll sum Of money 00(1 a ]'iniitity of clothing were nii*i-iti2.' »N Monday night Mrs. V. Stetzell, living two miles from Alton, III,...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 October 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HABWOOD. Editor ud Preorietor. -AUSTIN. MUTO.- TIIURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 16, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATS TICKET. oomaaoa, CUSIIMAN K. DAVIS, of Rams*?. BOR UNTMMV HtllllOl, ALPHONSO BARTO, of Stearns. TON IECRETABY or S. P. STATS, JEN NI SON, was nominated for thia cfflce, but. knowing him to be unfit for the yoiition, we ihll mill proper mean* at oar eoDemand te prevent hie eleetion. roa ITATB TBBASOBSB, MONS GRINAOER, of Freeborn. FOR ATT0BH8Y SlIlRtl) GEORGE P. WILSON, of Winona. COUNTr TICKET, For JViamrcr—GEO. 0. WEED. For CUrk of DUt. Court—ROLAND TISDEL. LEQISLA TtYM TICKET. For K.11AWKINS. Fur Jtwmwmtwiy W. B. 8P1H0U, J. B. CAMPFIELD, For CoMKty Commimio»rrt,-— ZK»lriel—C. J. VIUli IWiirici—B. A* WHIXOOMB. The meeting held at the Hall last Tuesday evening, wu one of the lar­ gest, most enthusiastic and successful of •ny that ever took place here. We have no space to even epitomise the ad­ dress, and most content ounelf with saying that it was eloquent, powerful...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 October 1873

5 I 3 K-? THE TRANSCRIPT A. A. HABWOOD. Bdhea aad Pieerieter. -AiJSTiiMinn^- THURSDAY MORNING, OCT.1S, 1§7». UPUBLICAH mil TOUT. roe oovaaaea, CUSHMAN K. DAVI8, of BlMMf. •on umwm »t»nM, ALPHQNSO BARTO, of 8tcarns. rOR 8E0BBTABT 0* STAT* 9. P. JEN NiBOX, was nominated tor All effloe, butkaowiag him to 1M all for Ik* psiiUti, wo (hall nee all proper BHII itnt eommaad to pravaat kia eteetiea. NiMfAntninnii MONS GRINAOKB, of Freeborn. FOR ATT9BXBT GEORGE P. WILSON, of Winona. COUNTf TICKET, For IWowwiwGIO. P**W®. -mm For CUrk of Ditt.Ct*ra—BOIAHDTISDIL. LEQISLATtTM NVflR #W SMr^h H.HAWKIBB. __ fmr Jtwmwlitfciv W. BMHflWL. .: MUM. Tb« meeting Md at the flail lap! Tuesday eveoing.was ooe of Ike lar geet, Ml euthueiastieand saeeessfal of Mjtinl erer took plaee here. Wo k*T6 no spaee to eraaepitossiae the ad drees, and mast contsat oareelf with •aytog tint itwas eloquent, powerful, and thoroughly oonrineing,—one of the meet masterly eflbcta in defease of the rights of the peopleagaiaet the...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 October 1873

BVUNBSS CARDS, N. WHEAT, M. D., Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon, Offiee and Residence, Corner of St. Paul and Mitt Streets, Myl Auatin, HlnaMOta- P. THORNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office, South Side of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4yl MINNESOTA. W. L. HOLLISTER, Corner of Main and WinonaJStreeta, Austin* Minnesota. No CABDS. Tyl A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION 8URGEON, AND CORONER. Officeat Residence Millst! f\R. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Blue MJ Sutl City, respectfaUy iafonas the public that he hu pmuwtlj LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Cffiee ovrr Seiner ft Morgan's stem. Rssi dcoce, firft Uoor cast of the Public Senool building, where h« may be found attend promptly to all calls in the line of kit pwhi eion. H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic PhyslclanranctSiirge6fi. Office and residence—First house west of the School house, Spring VaUvi Ifian. ?3tf JJUSS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ins. Co, for Soathera Minnesota sad Hartkm Iowa. Oflss, lat Soar Bs...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 October 1873

IttlLbREN'S CORNER. --/'J, Haby'n Bed. BY 8. SI. WALCU. Dainly anfftrliito is the Utile spread, Cool anil smooth is tho tiny bod, Curtained with nettings so airy and light. Not a fly can hide himself from eight And there tho b.\ly shall sleep, sleep, sleep, While mother and angels their watch do koop Mother and angels shall watch together All through the sultry summer weather, Fleccient blankets shall make tho spiead, And downiest feathers tho little bed Where baby, our darling, shall sweetly repose, Warm to the tips of her cunning woo toes When tho wintry winds shall blow, blow, blow, And nil the world be whito with snow And mother and angols still watch together All through the trosty winter weather. An Account at tli* Jlniniyjnbna' Little Air»lv with the Qulli. ll? Ill Its. ABBY MORTON DMS. Iu this story will be given a true and exact account of,the Jimmyjohns' alTuir with the gulls, also of the manner in which Jimmy was turned out of the little red house at tho sea -shore. The a...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 October 1873

case E W S AtHoMt. HiiA9Ko^laa Oorman worn as, was" found iaurd^ted City, Iowa, on Thura day. THE St. Louis Clearing Houae Annotation have agreed to resume curroncy payment! on Monday, the 27t)(. SHOWto the depth of eight inchoa fell in the weatcrn part of Wyoniing and in Utah, Ikan d»T. MEMPHIS people are of the opinion that thf fover will immediately abate, though on Fri­ day there was a slight increase in the death rate. THE average condition of the cotton crop has fallen off from 89 to 78aino* tbe firkt week in Septembor. The October ittini •§. the crop in materially reduced. The. seaaoh muse be of average length and comparatively favorable for picking to insure a iMpejaalto that of last year. The stato averages are aa follows: Virginia 80, North Carolina 88,8outu Carolina 80, Georgia 82, Florida 76, Alabama 78, Mississippi 75, Louisiana 65, Texas 80, Ar­ kansas 88, Ton net see 90, Missouri 90. THiBoardot|Up||S Department will^poldfa tions, commenringjpctb||rt'9£ -t» fiU: vacan ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 October 1873

r*U. Tin: averaw NEWS. At Home. Mn£iSfarf^a found lauulcral at (lav. THE St. I.onis Monday, t!u 27tU. day. Co ml it ion of tho cotton wioli in Seploniher. Tho Octo the crop is materially reduced. umsi be of av»mt»e lonjjtli and favorable for pii-king to insure a ciop equal to that of last yiar. The stato averages nro as 'ollons: Virginia 80, North Carolina 88, Sontii Carolina 80, Georgia 82, Florida 76, Alabama 78, Mississippi 75, Louisiana 65, Texas 80, Ar kansas 83, TCIIUPSHOO90, Missouri DO. THE Hoard OT'TSWIFLUERS for tho Treasury Department will -.bold a Scries of examiim lions, commencing ^ctohet 2a, to till vacan cies in the clerkships of class one. THE widow of Squire Taylor, one of the tlirco negroes hang by a mob at Cliarlestown Ind., two years' ago, has commenced suit against Malhuw Slegg and John Stewart, oj Clack-coautv. Ind., tho alleged- principals in the marder of her husband. Tho suit come oft in the Court of Indianapolis. A RUMOB comes from Chariest own, Indiana, t...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 October 1873

THE TRANSCRIPT A^BABWOOoTsditor aad Proprietor. -AUSTIN. 1HNK.- T-II7R8DAY MORNING. OCT. S3, 1873. &1PUBLXCAN STAT2 TICKET. run OOriHXORi CUSHMAN DAVIS, of Ramsey. •OS IIBGTBXAKT eonsBKOR, XtPHGNSO BARTO, of Stearns. ft* UCMTAftT OF STATS, 8. P. Jbnnuon, «m nominated for this eBce, butkaowing Ma ttW wit for the position, wa shall «aa all proper Mil at ear «»aau te pmut kit aleatloa. rea t« truiiihi. MONS ORINAOKR, of Freeborn. rOR ATTOB9BT CIIBMl, GEOKGE P. WILSON, of Winona. GOVS ft TICKET, JVsasurw MO. C. WI8D. titer* if DiH.O—ri-R0LAVDTI8DBL. LE9ISLA TIVE TICKET, r- AMtof,L V. HAWKINS. tvr Mtjritmlmlitm,—W. B. 8PINCSft, J. R. CAMPMELD, For ftwMk Oiwiim'wurii Dit+iM •€. J. TSLCH. DMrfel—B. A. WB1T00VB. PeliUMi An important queatioa for Patrons of Husbandry is thia .Is there any necessity for us to deeert the Republi ean. party at the eombg election Eve­ ry intelligent man knows thai this per ty haa done all that has been done to aeeure thoee reforms for which Oranges were orga...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 October 1873

BVUIEU CUtBI. 5. WHEAT, M. D, BwttpilkM AyibiaaaillngNa, Otn and Reetdeaoc, Corner of St. Paul and Mitt StretU, (V Aanlla, Hlaanola. P. T1I0RNHILL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, 0«a, Sonth AM* of Public Square, AUSTIN, 4 1 MINNESOTA. jQR. W. L. HOLLISTER, .Ceraer of Mala and WlnonajStrtots, Austin* Minnesota. IT* CAM*. 7PL A. BARNES, M. D., Physician, & Surgeon, COUNTY PHYSICIAN, PENSION SURGEON, AND CORONER. Offlceat Residence Millst! 1\R. J. P. SQUIRES, late of Bin* JLJ bid Ckj, reipacifully informs the pablie thai he lu pwauMiUjr LOCATED IN AUSTIN. Cflee over Fa(net A Morgen's store. Reei deneo, flrat dwr aaat «l tka Pablie School bttiMiaff where lie say be fcwi to alteM promptly to all sells to the line efWs prefts elaa. H. WAGONER, M. D., Homoeopathic Phytlcl&n amd Surgeon. Ofloe lid resldoaeo—First hoase west af tka School house, Spriag Valley, Mini. 23tf USS B. DAVIS, General Agent Home Life Ine. Co* for Soatkera Minnesota aad Northern Iowa. Oflaai lit Baar Isetli af ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 October 1873

-S A jbelobSr. 1 Front tt^ Attyyle for There cotnes a montnro the weary yoir A month of leisure dud beslthful rest When the ripe leaves fall and the air is dear- October, the brown, the crisp, the blest. My lifo has little enough of bliss I drag the days Of the'odd eleven, minting the time that shall lead to this The month that opens tho banter's henvon. And oh 1 for the mornings crisp and while, With tliosweep of tboboauds upon the track Tho bark-roofed cabin, tho camp-fire's light, The break of tho deer and the ride's crack. Do yon call thi« trifling I tell yon, friend, A lifo in the forest is past all praise Give me S dozen such months ou end— You may take my bt lance of years ami days. For brick and mortnr brood fllth and crime, And a pulse 6t evil that throbs and beats And men srow withered before their priuio With the curse pavod in on lanes and streets And luiifrs are choked, anil phonlders bowed. In tlio smothering reck or mill and mine And Death stalks iu ou the struggling ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 October 1873

..October, From tli^ ,or Oetobcr. TUoro comca a month in the weary year— A. month of leisure :lml healthful rest— Wlirn tho rip leaves fall and the air is clear— October, tho brown, the crisp, tho blest. My life has little enough of bliss I drau tho ilavs of tlio .uhl eleven, ountiiig the tihie that shall lead to tbia The month that opens tho huuter's heaven. Anl oh for tho mornings crisp and white, Wit the BWi'pp of tho houuils upon tho track The bafk-roolVii cabin, the camp-lire's liiiht. The Invak ol the ileer and 'ht* rillo'd ei'ltck. Do von call this tritlir.R? 1 tell yon, frie nd, A life in the forest is past all praiso (live me (t «lozi*i» such months on olid— Vou may take niv bs.lanco of years and days. For brick and mortar broed filth and crimo, And a l-iil.-i- of evil that throbs and bents \u.l nu ^rnw withered l»efuro their prime With tho ciii.se paved ill on latios and streets And luu^s are choked, and fhonlders bowed. In tlie Piii:thcriiig reck of mill and mine And IVat...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 October 1873

E N E W S No LIVES wore lost by the recont disasters to canal boats on the II ml 40 u. Six. boats «w*ro totally lost, all laden with apples, lumber, m^rblefUme and grain. JwiiM»'to the recent h«a#y rains many col­ lieries in the Schuylkill region have been cofli pclled to snspend operations, being conij'loto ly drownod out. Ex-Pkesid^TtVojiHfoN Vas serenaded at the MetropoihrrfaIotW ,Tii Wailiiu^ 11, Thurs­ day night, and responded by a speccli, rc Timring the political oly^RMof ttiolast.thlrty years. THE aentenco of the Court Mnrtial in the caao of Surgeon ot Munnea fu vftl,U. 8.8*vyr who was tried at Annnpdlisfbr ahooting and wounding two marines gathering at rawberrtei in one of tho cnclunure#*f-tHig NavalAcadc* my, is that he bo guispqudgd from rank- and duty for three years. ThoTresident has mod­ ified the sentence to two yearnsu^pensiou. TuKgFonrth Auditor lias at|iutsd the prise award of $100,000 in favor of the c*tw« ot tour tcen sliipe who shared in the capture of'tho Sunip...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 October 1873

E N E W S At Home. No LIVES wore lost the ttc nt disasters to canal bouts on tlie 11 ml sou. Sis..-Uoat*.,wcr: totally lost, nil laden itii apples, lumber, n^rblei-liniu and ijrain. (Jwiso to the nceut hea^v rains many col­ lieries in the Si'liuylkill region have been com­ pelled (o sii8|«'iid operations, being complete­ ly drowned out. Ex-I'KESIDCNT "Johssos *«a• the who THE sereiunled at Mctrop.1 iVnmioTT-I, ill Wailing n, ClerAiiiU IJ*llinJr-SIill for outraces in CAROLINE Tlmis- day uiglit, and nfuoialnl ly a speed), re­ viewing the political elyyjRcs of the Insttliiriy years. THE sentence of the Court Martial ill the caso ol" sur^eeii uI M.ninca ruivtil, U. S. Nnvy, Who was tried at Ali!!:io)itt for Bhootiug and wounding two ni.iviius puttie ring strawberries in one of the enelnsures «f'the Naval Acade­ my, is that he bo »n?pqnd£d Trom r.rnk and duty for three year*. ThiTVsulent has tuod itied the sentence to I wo yi :irs' sutpcusiou. TuKjFonrth Auditor has ailjuaM tlic prize aw...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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